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    November 27, 2009
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would have liked chris todd to give his receivers more time to get up the field. didn't happen. >> craig: time for the play of the game presented by the outback steakhouse. it capped the drive. >> steve: it was the winning touchdown. alabama never lost their composure all the way down the field. brilliant execution. works out in their favor. one more time. they set up the showdown they have been looking forward to all year. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division captioning by captionmax www.captionmax.com >> craig: we'll send to you tim brando evera this.
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accuracy, or completeness of any transcription, or for any errors in transcription. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division >> tim: in the game you just saw, alabama beat auburn. it wasn't easy. >> tony: if you're alabama you have to be encouraged by the fact that greg mcelroy, struggling at midseason completes passes and in that drive he's got to throw the ball if they're to beat florida. >> spencer: of all the rivalry games to be played this weekend that was the only one that qualified for that throw all the records out the window moniker and it lived up to the billing. before coming in 39-33 was the difference in the series. now up to 40. alabama's got to do something about mark ingram. they've got to get him healthy for florida. if they can't, they're in trouble. >> tim: other action today, cincinnati, don't be shocked if they beat pittsburgh next week, they move ahead of t.c.u. in the
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b.c.s. marty gilyard makes the one-handed grab, six touchdown passes for pike, a school record as they roll ron zook's fighting illini. nebraska and colorado. pass picked off and run back for a touchdown. they're going to need him next week in the big 12 title game. right now hold being a seven-point lead with time remaining in the fourth. the mid-american conference, frank solich's team with a victory over temple. central michigan, who will be on the other side beat northern illinois today 45-31. another big day for them. eastern michigan, one of two winless teams in division i-a, 28-21, akron beats them today. rutgers-louisville. scarlet knights rolling on 34-14. they beat the cardinal. could be the last game for steve kragthorpe as head coach of the
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cardinals. >> tim: for all of us, have a great evening. we'll see you tomorrow on "tiaa cref college football today." (announcer) some people just know how to build things well. give you and your loved ones an expertly engineered mercedes-benz at the winter event going on now. but hurry - the offer ends soon.
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from the first local station with news in high definition, this is 9 news now. developing news out of florida. tiger woods is out of the hospital after getting in to a car accident in front of his house. the pga star hit a fire hydrant and tree as he was pulling out of his driveway this morning when police got there they found woods in the street with his wife hovering over him. emergency crews took him to the hospital for treatment. he is now in good condition. troops say the crash was not alcohol-related. the accident, though remains under investigation and charges could be filed. there's also late-breaking news surrounding the so-called white house party crashers. the white house has confirmed the salahi's met president obama in the receiving line. the probe in to how the couple got past security is moving
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closer to a criminal investigation to see if they misrepresented themselves at the security gate. their attorney insists the couple was cleared by the white house to be there. 9 news now's armando trull has more from the information center. >> reporter: the virginia couple that came to dinner at the white house without an invitation, possibly hoping it would secure them a spot on real house wives of dc has a welcome dose of reality. >> the reality phenomenon is driving people to do drastic things. >> reporter: they may have been seeking the limelight when they crashed the state dinner, met president obama in the receiving line and then posted pictures with vice president biden and other celebrities on facebook. >> there's a all kinds of ambition in washington and this is just the latest example of it sort of running amok. >> running amok got them the media spotlight instead of the
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limelight. their winery filed for bankruptcy. their austin martin and yacht have been repossessed and the dc party couple is a party in 16 lawsuits. >> this is the georgetown salon where a-listers get their hair done and this is the seat where the white house gate crasher got her hair done. >> she's always around and in the right place at the right time. >> she goes everywhere in town, and is seen and wants to be seen but there's a difference between a-lister and just being seen. >> reporter: people with real power don't talk about it. they just have it. that's just the way it is. if you don't have it and you have to go and grab it you make mistakes. >> reporter: speaking of mistakes, the head of the secret service has just reached -- released a statement that the breach of security is embarrassing to the service and accepting full responsibility. secret service agents visited the couple's virginia winery to question them today. and meanwhile, president obama
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is now calling for a full review to investigate how the couple not only got in to the white house but actually got close enough to shake his hand. in the information, 9 news now and wusa9.com. >> sure we will hear about this in the coming days. thank you. viewers are sounding off on our website about the security breach. one wrote -- if you would like to join the discussion, log on to wusa9.com. now, please take a good look at your screen. police could use your help in catching a bank robber. they say this man robbed a chevy chase bank on monday. he hit the branch on the 300 block of pennsylvania avenue in southeast dc. fortunately he didn't hurt anyone. police are offering big reward
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money, $10,000 for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction. today, family, friends and dignitaries of the political and sports worlds celebrated the life and career of abe pollin. brett haber was there as the man who had such an impact on washington, d.c. was laid to rest. >> reporter: gratitude was the watch word, gratitude for a man named abe pollin who quite literally changed the face of washington. >> he cared about our community and washington and its people. >> i'm here because abe did as much for this city as he did for sports. >> he what a great quote in the paper the other day. he said i don't want to be the richest jew in the cemetery and i think he lived that. >> the biggest names from sports to media to politic politics came out to honor the late wizards owner and the most accomplished among them seem to owe him a debt of thanks. >> he gave me the opportunity to be the face of the
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washington mystics, it meant more to me that he could think of me as a woman that could take on that job, and i'll never forget that. i can be thankful for that forever. >> reporter: the mourners included washington's other sports owners, inlewding ted leonist who he sold the capitals to ten years ago and to whom the wizards will convey. >> we shared the team's view and it is a platform to give back to the community and i hope to continue that with the caps and hope to make him proud. >> reporter: the first eulogy was given by the former bullets superstar and later coach and general manager and well known to be almost like another son to abe pollin. he turned to the pollin children and said i know i wasn't actually your family but my dad always made me feel like i was. in northwest washington, brett haber, 9 news now and wusa9.com.
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there will also be a public memorial service for abe pollin on december 8th at the verizon center. an accused thief planned to escape from dc police landed him in to the hospital instead. officers say around 11:00 this morning a man spotted someone trying to break in to his car. police tracked him down but the suspect ended up jumping in the chilly waters of the potomac to try to lose them. officers caught him any way and took him to the hospital for observation. we know there were crowds early this morning. people wanted to get those door busters on black friday, but how about the rest of the day? lindsey mastis live in lake forest mall in gaithersburg. >> reporter: well, it is a good thing that lake forest has a large parking lot. you will find a spot but you may have to walk a little ways to get in the mall. there are so many people. and when you get inside it will be packed. so you have to take your time
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but don't worry you will have plenty of time to walk around and work off the pumpkin pie you had yesterday. >> it is the perfect mix of soothing sounds and megasale signs. >> i have one, two, three, four, five, six bags. >> reporter: jackie wasn't able to make it to a bench. >> i did stop until i dropped and now i'm dropped on the floor. >> reporter: she's not alone. >> hanukkah shopping. >> it was very fun. the people we saw were really kind and gave us great deals and we were able to get a lot. >> reporter: nail polish tops the list for 11-year-old ellie and her grandmother. >> i like hers but if you buy one and get one half price we will go back and get two more. >> i got a red dress, a hot red dress that was great. >> can you show it? >> sure. >> she was going to show us, but oh, no, we don't have it.
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it is back in the car, oh, no. >> i have gotten some good deals. some pretty clothes. sometimes pretty is better than deals, too. >> reporter: and you know what? people have been shopping inside. they have been taking all of their bags out to their vehicles, pittsburghing it in the truck and going back out for more. it is really hard for someone like me to go to a mall and not go in theater stores and not buy something to i will go in and find some deals for myself. lindsey mastis, 9 news now and wusa9.com. >> go ahead. we will keep it our secret. nobody is going to know. thanks a lot. if you plan to hit the stores this weekend we have a way to cut down on the shopping headache headaches and it is at your fingertips. and also coming up, caught on tape a crocodile tries to show who's boss.
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caught on tape in australia, an animal sanction ware plo almost becomes dinner for a crocodile named jaws. it is known for testing the skills of junior rangers. when they brought him out to perform for the crowd, jaws went after the worker instead of the food. he was able to escape without injury. the crew of "atlantis" is now back on earth. the shuttle landed in florida this morning. the shuttle and crew undocked from the international space station on wednesday. they wrapped up an 11-day mission completing three space walks while they were there. they also brought back
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astronaut nicole stott who's been on the space station the last three months. badge here on earth, the shopping season has kicked off. a look at how to ease your holiday headaches with the touch of a button. plus -- >> i'm bill whitaker where they are changing lives with a true to life high school musical. tonight on the cbs evening news with katie couric. decisions, decisions.
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how about high-tech help to ease shopping headaches this season. if you have an iphone try the red laser application. for 1.99 it lets you scan the bar code of any item in any store using the camera. and then they compare the price with other retailers. >> is that an app you would use? >> definitely. i would use that. it saves time.
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especially now. you want to get to a store, get what you heed need and leave as soon as possible and if you get the best deal that's perfect. >> kristin fisher will look at other smart phone applications that can save time and money this season and you can catch the story tonight at 11:00. >> real pronunciation of that is red laser. ah-ha. got it. >> today i saw wind. i saw sun coming out and then some hail in the backyard. what was going on? >> these are some of the events. i was a little ticked off at myself where i didn't notice this last night. 30,000 feet of air and any sun light, and so cold the hail developed out there. hope it didn't ruin the shopping plans. it was brief periods here and there of an isolated nature. an interesting thing to see today. we don't see it all the time but it does happen every now and then. the next three days looking
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great. 61 by sunday and the next rain is holding enough until monday. breezy and tomorrow morning the west breezes will clear out all the clouds and by tomorrow afternoon back in the lower to mid 50. 54 here in dc with a high temperature a little warmer as we head to the west. satellite and radar together. there's the batch of the popup showers and the showers that have a little hail in them today. holding on to the clouds and light precipitation in the way of snow and higher elevations of allegheny county. we kick in southwest winds. that's a warming trend coming our way. that, with a lot of sunshine in our forecast. late sunday and sunday night in to monday we will see the first signs of the next approaching cold front you see this is sunday at 8:00. we don't see the cold front until the monday time frame. two days of great weather. finally after a rainy cloudy weekend and in to thanksgiving and black friday here today before you go to the forecast.
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seven-day outlook. 54 to 61. rain coming through on monday. we have a big storm system. that is another nor'easter coming our way on wednesday this to thursday. so add wind in to that rain, too by that time. >> all right. thank you. we'll be right back. my doctor told me i had to start doing things for my heart,
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but i wasn't ready to give up taste. sometimes, sacrifice is the name of the game. well i've heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's going to be a challenge... sure we want to lower our cholesterol,
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but let's be real, being healthy is tough yea (announcer) honey nut cheerios cereal tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. bee happy. bee healthy. (announcer) try apple cinnamon cheerios. baked in apple with a daring amount of cinnamon. that's all for 9 news now at 6:00. the cbs evening news with katie couric is next. tonight an inside look at the testing of holiday toys and join us for the only local newscast at